Trying to build bridges: the roles of architect and engineer

Representatives of Atelier des Bâtisseurs, the engineering team for Unité d’Habitation, Marseilles, on its roof, 1949.

The history of the respective roles of architect and engineer, often prone to friction if not outright conflict, is explored in this riveting and entertaining book, writes Tony McIntyre

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